In Ghaziabad, a girl’s 23 year old lover was killed by her father and neighbours.

In Ghaziabad, a girl’s lover was killed by her father and neighbours.

In a tragic incident that unfolded in Khoda Colony Ghaziabad, a 23-year-old man met a brutal end when he was allegedly bludgeoned to death with a rod by family members and neighbours of a minor girl. The motive behind the assault was reportedly the girl’s father discovering their relationship. The incident occurred on Thursday, sending shockwaves through the community.

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As the horrifying events unfolded, the young man managed to make a desperate phone call to his brother, pleading for help as he feared for his life. His words, “Save me; they’ll kill me,” echoed with desperation and despair. However, tragically, aid arrived too late, and the young man succumbed to his injuries.

Law enforcement authorities swiftly responded to the distress call, initially informing them that a thief had been apprehended in the Khoda Colony Ghaziabad around 6:30 p.m. Hastening to the scene, the police discovered Parvez, the victim, lying unconscious. He was promptly rushed to a nearby city hospital, where medical professionals, after examining him, sadly declared him dead. DCP (trans-Hindon) Vivek Yadav confirmed the tragic outcome.

Subsequent investigations swiftly revealed that the case was not one of mere theft, as initially reported. Police officials pieced together the events leading to the young man’s untimely demise. Parvez, a skilled welder by profession, had met the girl, who hailed from a different community, approximately a year ago in Delhi. The two developed a romantic relationship and had been seeing each other secretly.

However, their clandestine meeting on that fateful Thursday took a horrifying turn when the 15-year-old girl invited Parvez to her house in Ghaziabad, unaware that her family would return earlier than expected. Upon discovering the couple together, the girl’s father was consumed by anger and swiftly summoned his neighbours, Ranjeet and Aman, to the scene. Together, they cornered Parvez, locking him inside a room, where a brutal assault ensued.

Armed with a rod, the enraged trio unleashed a merciless barrage of blows upon the hapless young man, their actions driven by a mixture of anger, societal norms, and a misguided sense of protecting their family’s honour. The attack continued until Parvez lay unconscious, his life tragically cut short.

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Law enforcement authorities wasted no time in bringing the perpetrators to justice. The girl’s father, along with his nephew Aman and their neighbour Ranjeet, all residents of Khoda, Ghaziabad were promptly arrested in connection with the crime. As the investigation unfolds, the community grapples with shock and grief, reflecting on the tragic consequences of intolerance and violence.

The heart-wrenching tale serves as a stark reminder of the challenges posed by societal taboos, the need for empathy and understanding, and the devastating consequences that can arise from misplaced anger. As the family and friends of the young man mourn his untimely loss, the community at large contemplates the importance of fostering an environment of acceptance and compassion where such senseless acts of violence become a thing of the past.

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Parvez’s family, residing in Loni, Ghaziabad, expressed their distress over the tragic incident that unfolded on that fateful day. Parvez had left home at approximately 11 a.m., informing his family that he would be meeting some friends. Beyond that, they had no further information about his plans. However, between 5 p.m. and 5:30 p.m., Parvez made a distressing phone call to his younger brother Sameer, urgently seeking his help.

In the phone call, Parvez uttered words that struck fear into Sameer’s heart, saying, “Save me; they are going to kill me.” Regrettably, this alarming phone call would be the last communication the family received from Parvez. Later that evening, they received the devastating news of his death.

Mohammad Asif resident of Ghaziabad, Parvez’s brother, spoke out about the tragedy, describing Parvez as a simple man who was dedicated to his work. Asif questioned why, even if Parvez was involved with a girl, the family wasn’t given the opportunity to hand him over to the police. He expressed his anguish, asking who had granted anyone the authority to mercilessly beat his brother to death. Filled with grief and a desire for justice, Asif emphasised his plea for accountability, saying, “My brother is gone. I want justice for him.”

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Responding to the family’s complaint, authorities registered an FIR (First Information Report) against the three accused individuals under Section 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code. In response, law enforcement swiftly formed two teams to investigate the matter. The first breakthrough came when the girl’s father was apprehended at the district hospital. Subsequently, Ranjeet was arrested in Khoda Ghaziabad, and Aman was caught packing his belongings before he could flee. Significantly, the iron rod used in the fatal assault on Parvez was also recovered by the authorities.

The Superintendent of Police in Ghaziabad, Mr Yadav, provided these updates, reassuring the family and the community that the police were actively pursuing the case. The arrests of the three suspects and the recovery of the weapon marked progress in the investigation, bringing hope that justice would be served for Parvez’s untimely and tragic death.

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